Recently, I heard from the prolific Ben Tossell who’s been doing great work in the no-code space. He was graceful enough to ask me to share my thoughts and my story on his popular website: Makerpad.Read More
If you are someone who likes to build projects (whether it is a new website or an app), this is the question that dangles over your head every time you sit down to work on your project:Read More
I’m stoked to share with you a new identity I am designing for myself.
I have confidence in the practice and power of deliberately choosing a “new identity” and working hard to stand by it to make it real. I have done it just last year. After shutting down my SaaS startup, I had to shed my identity as a “startup founder” temporarily and embrace a new one.Read More
As you know, one of the habits I have developed since last year to become a better maker. To that end, I challenged myself to turn more of my ideas and hunches in to side-projects with or without a technical cofounder.Read More
Here’s one common phenomenon I’ve noticed in the maker community: It starts with the maker working so hard in the early days to challenge himself/herself to ship a couple products. Then he/she actually ships and attracts some wins and confidence. Then they hit a brick wall.Read More
Here’s a note for someone who is about to adventure out into a new endeavor/project/routine.
I believe we tend to over-complicate things unnecessarily. Don’t stress to be too sophisticated.Read More
I have some exciting news to share today. If you’ve been following me, you might remember that I ventured into “no-code” product development back in Nov 2018. This is a new movement where even non-coders like me can discover resources from other creatives/makers and build scrappy tools to practice shipping to help the community.Read More
Find out how I started from scratch as a solo maker and shipped a simple product idea the raked 1300+ upvotesRead More
When you have a deep desire to create something (a startup, an art project, a book), it’s easy to be stuck forever in the planning rabbit hole. The analysis paralysis.Read More